Chauncey Billups scored 30 points, including a 15-footer with 0.3 seconds left in the second overtime, as the Detroit Pistons beat the Grizzlies, 106-104, last night in Memphis.
Billups took the inbounds pass from Tayshaun Prince, dribbled to the left side of the key, and hit the shot to send the Pistons to their fourth straight win.
The Grizzlies, who lost for the fourth time in five games, had tied the game at 104 when Damon Stoudamire made a 3-pointer from the top of the key with 4.6 seconds left. Stoudamire had 9 points in the second overtime.
Pau Gasol, who led the Grizzlies with 32 points and 14 rebounds, scored in the final seconds of regulation and the first overtime to force the extra periods.
The teams were tied at 87 at the end of regulation after Gasol's basket with 7.7 seconds left pulled Memphis even. Billups's 3-point attempt with a second left hit the front of the rim to send the game into overtime.
The Pistons made only three field goals in the fourth quarter.
Gasol scored on a dunk after Stoudamire drove the lane and dished to the Grizzlies' leading scorer with 10.9 seconds left in the first OT to tie it at 93.
Prince added 24 points for Detroit, while Richard Hamilton scored 19. Stoudamire finished with 24.
Raptors 92, Magic 90 -- Morris Peterson scored 19 points, including a clinching 3-pointer with 8 seconds left, as visiting Toronto beat Orlando to snap a three-game losing streak.
The Raptors made nine 3-pointers, including one by Mike James, that gave them the lead for good. Chris Bosh also scored 19 for Toronto.
Steve Francis scored 20 points as the Magic lost for the seventh time in nine games.
Jalen Rose hit a jumper to give the Raptors an 89-86 lead with 46 seconds to play.
Tony Battie, who had 13 points and nine rebounds, made a 20-footer to draw the Magic within 89-88 with 32 seconds left, but Toronto ran the shot clock down before Peterson's 3-pointer from the corner as the clock expired.
Bobcats 106, Kings 103 -- Primoz Brezec scored 5 of his 26 points in overtime to help host Charlotte beat Sacramento in overtime.
The Bobcats built a 7-point lead in overtime, only to see it nearly vanish as they went scoreless the final 2:25. Shareef Abdur-Rahim hit a pair of free throws and made a basket in the final minute to cut it to 106-103. But, after a Charlotte turnover, Mike Bibby's 3-point attempt missed to end the game.
SuperSonics 111, Wizards 101 -- Rashard Lewis scored 30 points, 8 in the final 3 minutes, and Seattle snapped a four-game home losing streak with a win over Washington.